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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of questionnaire respondents (N = 572)

From: Status of healthcare workers after comprehensive reform of urban public hospitals in Beijing, China: sustainable supply, psychological perception, and work outcomes

Characteristics Percentages
Sex (1) Male (35.0%); (2) Female (59.6%)
Age (years) (1) ~ 25 (7.5%); (2) 25~30 (27.3%); (3) 31~35 (26.0%); (4) 36~40 (15.0%); (5) 41~45 (8.4%); (6) 46~50 (7.0%); (7) 51~55 (3.7%); (8) 56~60 (3.1%)
Post (1) Clinician (39.2%); (2) Nurse (34.6%); (3) Manager (2.3%); (4) Medical technician (11.9%); (5) Pharmacist (8.3%)
Education (1) Under degree (5.9%); (2) Junior college (20.5%); (3) Undergraduate (40.0%); (4) Master’s degree (19.1%); (5) Doctorate (12.6%)
Title (1) Primary (43.9%); (2) Middle (40.2%); (3) Senior (10.8%)
Seniority (years) (1) ~ 3 (17.5%); (2) 3~5 (22.4%); (3) 6~10 (27.6%); (4) 11~20 (19.1%); (5) 20~ (11.2%)
Department (1) Physician (27.1%); (2) Surgeon (14.2%); (3) Obstetrics/Gynecology (10.5%); (4) Pediatrics (1.9%); (5) Chinese Medicine (6.3%); (6) Emergency Department/Intensive care unit (3.1%); (7) Oncology (3.3%); (8) Other clinical departments (8.4%); (9) Medical Technology (5.8%); (10) Administration and Logistics (4.5%); (11) Other (12.4%)
  1. Demographic information was missing for a small number of participants (1.9–5.4%)